By John G. Raffensperger M.D.
The heritage of medication and surgical procedure is definitely documented, yet this quantity bargains the 1st particular exploration of the therapy of and attitudes in the direction of little ones with accidents and delivery defects during the a while. renowned suggestion holds that kids in precedent days with delivery defects confronted a brief lifetime of abandonment or overlook. exam of written documents from old Egypt, India, Greece, and Islam, in spite of the fact that, exhibits that physicians and surgeons have tried to discover treatments to healing in poor health youths from the start of recorded scientific background. those essays rfile the origins of kid's surgical procedure, chronicle the background of kid's surgical procedure into glossy instances, and discover the remedy of the commonest visceral beginning defects. With contributing authors providing views from quite a few cultures, this impressive assortment will curiosity not just doctors, but in addition historians and others within the baby care field.
John G. Raffensperger, M.D., a retired pediatric general practitioner, is the writer of various books on pediatric surgical procedure.
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